Advantages Low powered, nice look, easy to use, choice of LED colour displays, can take oil scents, it works!
Disadvantages LED function has a strobe setting, water runs out quickly in odourous rooms. Tricky fan access.
If you don't have satellite or cable TV then there is a chance you haven't seen the influx of air purifiers which have come on the market; they all do the same if you have to put water in it and has a fan to extract the dirty air into the water and pump out clean air on the other side. Here is where JML's Fresh Air Globe comes in. Whilst it may well cost £40 which is by market reactions, costs as much as standard air purifiers which still use charcoal and HEPA identifiable filters which either need to be replaced or can be washed, the Fresh Air Globe uses no other filter than the water contained in the bottom of the bowl.
For starters, there are actually two power points on the main bowl rest of the Fresh Air Globe which means the bowl rest has to be used if you want to use the Globe to clean your air.
Out of the box you'll find an adaptor similar to the kinds you get with electric home keyboards, hand held games and similar equipment. Here you get 24 volts which powers the 15 watt motor fan which spins the water around the bowl. There isn't much to do with this air purifier other than to fill it with water by twisting off the pearly plastic top and filling the bowl under tap to the line marked. There are actually three lines on the bowl rim to show how much water you can put in but I've only filled it with a quarter of water each time and left it on for five full days to see how each quarter lasts.
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